Just a few minutes ago, i decided that it was high time for me to adjust the action on my spector. i figured, if nothing else, it would be good practice for tomorrow, when i'll be giving my bass the works: fretboard maintenance, truss rod tweakin', string changin', and action+intonation adjustin'. i lowered the screws on the saddle for the B string a bit too far. i wanted to raise it, but all i accomplished was moving the screws up. if i continued i probably would have taken the screws out of the saddle. so now the B saddle is much lower than i want it to be. was there anything i else i could have done to do this the right way? i don't want to make any mistakes! i also noticed that on the "treble" side of the bridge (closest to the G string...heh heh...G string...), there was a hole with a screw in it. what is that for? some more questions about setting up a spector: which screws do i need to loosen in order to put the bridge in "intonation adjustment mode?" are these the three that look like they attach the bridge to the body? is it the screw that i mentioned in the paragraph above? the access to the truss rod is in the headstock (a la gibson). after removing the cover, do i turn it counter-clockwise to loosen? (1/8 of a turn at a time). will loosening the truss rod allow me to have lower action? how rough should i "scrub" the fretboard with steel wool. i just don't want to mess things up. that's all i can think of...right now. and i haven't even started!! thanks in advance.